Saranta Kolones ruins, Paphos, Cyprus

Saranta Kolones ruins, Paphos, Cyprus

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Caption: Saranta Kolones ruins. Remains of the ruined Byzantine mediaeval fortress known as Saranta Kolones, inside the Paphos Archaeological Site, Paphos, Cyprus, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This castle is thought to date from the end of the 7th Century AD to was built to protect the port and city of Nea Pafos from Arab raids. It takes its name from the large number of granite columns found on the site.

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